Maybe that is why they all say love is blind. It drives you to do things you would not do when you are sober… But if love is blind, how is one able to feel such indescribable emotions? To say that there is no word or phrase that can describe love, sums it all up because love is just a word to put anxiety, bliss and agony together.
Phyllis had never believed in love at first sight, because it is simply groundless forces of attraction to somebody you barely know. Such baseless feelings often lead to actions on impulse, thus contributing to the rising number of heartbreaks. It is strange though – everybody knows what it is like to feel your heart shatter, yet, without hesitating, they go on with it.
The only mistakes she'd ever made in her life were small… But ever since that day, her life has changed completely. Wiped out. Reformatted. Turned upside down. I guess, love can be a miracle and a danger; it all depends on how well you utilise it, because that night, she let her guard down and the impending hazard wrecked her life…
Phyllis sat on her bed, letting the darkness engulf her and wondering where she had gone wrong. What made her so attracted to him? She looked outside at the stars that never failed to make her smile at the slightest bit of twinkle. The stars had always been there for her, be it good or bad times, but tonight there were only so few.
Both of them were enigmatic, a sort of charm that made you just want to catch all of their attention. Like a free spirit, they could not be binded by normal means... That was what made her want to capture everything they had. Such a despicable cad like her... They should not exist to break other's hearts right?
Or maybe, just like her close friend had said, she was just waiting and finding the right person who could bind her like she does, that both of them would never find their way around without each other... But how long was Phyllis going to wait, and how many cases of heartbreaks would happen?